[wisb] Re: Birding Camera

There is a small group of SLR-like body digital cameras that now offer up to 
36x optical zoom- these are great for birds without the great bulk of a huge 
lens on a SLR. They have many features- I am still learning about mine. You can 
also buy a 1.5x teleconverter for most.

Go to the camera feature search at-

http://www.dpreview.com/products/search/cameras

-under fixed lens cameras select slr like/zoom range 30x and up

-there is also one model under compact at 30x and up

John I
Mke



----- Original Message -----
From: "Al Schirmacher" <alschirmacher@xxxxxxxx>
To: wisbirdn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Thursday, November 10, 2011 9:41:01 AM
Subject: [wisb] Birding Camera

After 18 years of birding, contemplating the purchase of a camera for birding, 
primarily for documentation purposes:)

As a pastor, cost is of course an issue.  Any thoughts about models and ease if 
use?

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